Semplastics expands Central Florida headquarters
International technology firm expands headquarters to fulfill DOE contracts
By: Wellons Communications
"Semplastics' technologies and plans for the future are coal reimagined,"
The Department of Energy has taken note of Semplastics' work on the reuse of coal. In fact, the NETL has awarded the firm $4 million in grants and contracts. Semplastics received a $1.4 million contract to create new uses for coal waste, a $1.5 million grant for X-TILES™ and a nearly $1 million contract to help fund the research for turning coal into battery materials.
Semplastics Central Florida headquarters is based in Oviedo, Florida. The company has customers across the United States and on four continents. As part of its expansion, Semplastics is considering hiring several new employees in the coming year.
Semplastics, a Florida-based material engineering company, launched in 2000. Over the last 20 years, Semplastics has supplied plastic engineered components to a broad range of industries from medical to aerospace. The Advanced Materials Division of Semplastics, X-MAT®, was later formed in 2013. Since inception, X-MAT® has developed a revolutionary, high-performance material that combines properties of metals (electrical conductivity)